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Fighting cancer is half the battle... living life is the other half, 12/2005
PURPOSE: The purpose of this study was to explore the psychological and social problems the terminally ill are facing in India. Another objective of this study... 
body image, depression, anxiety, terminal illness
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Creativity Research Journal, ISSN 1040-0419, 01/2017, Volume 29, Issue 1, pp. 71 - 77
Studies reveal inconclusive evidence of the relationship between executive function and creativity. Further, there is a dearth of studies investigating... 
INTELLIGENCE | SURVIVAL | CAPACITY | PSYCHOLOGY, MULTIDISCIPLINARY | INHIBITION | PROCESSING-SPEED | COMPONENT | COGNITIVE CONTROL | PREFRONTAL CORTEX | PSYCHOLOGY, EDUCATIONAL | LIFE | CHILDREN | Gender Differences | Correlation | Age Differences | Older Adults | Creative Thinking | Adults | Foreign Countries | Creativity Tests | Executive Function | Short Term Memory | Creativity
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Journal of Human Values, ISSN 0971-6858, 10/2015, Volume 21, Issue 2, pp. 116 - 126
This study investigates the value of sharing. The primary data are the parent–child (3–5 years) discourses regarding the value of sharing. The discourses are... 
sacrifice | Sharing | discourse | reciprocity
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AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-CELL PHYSIOLOGY, ISSN 0363-6143, 10/2019, Volume 317, Issue 4, pp. C813 - C824
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Psychological Studies, ISSN 0033-2968, 6/2015, Volume 60, Issue 2, pp. 154 - 159
This study examines developmental changes in children’s peer conflicts within the school setting. Children in two age groups (6 and 10 years) were observed as... 
Personality and Social Psychology | School | Conflict | Psychology | Peers | General Psychology | Psychology, general | Gender | Indian children | Teachers
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Psychological Studies, ISSN 0033-2968, 6/2015, Volume 60, Issue 2, pp. 146 - 153
This study examined how the moral value of ‘respecting elders’ was constructed in the interaction between parents and young children between 3 and 5 years of... 
Personality and Social Psychology | Morality | Psychology | General Psychology | Psychology, general | Discourse analysis | Respecting elders
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Psychology and Developing Societies, ISSN 0971-3336, 09/2013, Volume 25, Issue 2, pp. 367 - 392
This qualitative investigation explores children's perceptions of conflicts with peers in the school setting. Forty girls and boys from grades one and five... 
peers | Indian | children | Conflict
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RSC Advances, ISSN 2046-2069, 2015, Volume 5, Issue 34, pp. 26727 - 26733
Diastase, a natural enzyme, was used for the one pot aqueous synthesis of gold nanoparticles (AuNPs) of tunable size. During the synthetic process, diastase... 
SHAPE | MEDIATED SYNTHESIS | OPTICAL-PROPERTIES | TOXICITY | METAL NANOPARTICLES | MAMMALIAN-CELLS | CYTOTOXICITY | CHEMISTRY, MULTIDISCIPLINARY | SILVER NANOPARTICLES | SURFACE-CHEMISTRY | ALPHA-AMYLASE | Nanoparticles | Infrared spectroscopy | Gold | Enzymes | Fourier transforms | Synthesis | Reagents | Nanostructure
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RSC Advances, ISSN 2046-2069, 2015, Volume 5, Issue 34, pp. 26727 - 26733
Diastase, a natural enzyme, was used for the one pot aqueous synthesis of gold nanoparticles (AuNPs) of tunable size. During the synthetic process, diastase... 
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Psychology and Developing Societies, ISSN 0971-3336, 9/2013, Volume 25, Issue 2, pp. 367 - 392
This qualitative investigation explores children’s perceptions of conflicts with peers in the school setting. Forty girls and boys from grades one and five... 
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Psychological Studies, ISSN 0033-2968, 12/2013, Volume 58, Issue 4, pp. 349 - 352
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Psychological Studies, ISSN 0033-2968, 9/2013, Volume 58, Issue 3, pp. 326 - 334
The concept of ‘morality’ has since long been predominantly considered within the paradigm of developmental psychology, as quintessentially cognitive in... 
Personality and Social Psychology | Moral cognitions | Moral emotions | Psychology | General Psychology | Psychology, general | Culture
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by Peden, Carol and Peden, Carol J and Stephens, Tim and Martin, Michael and Martin, Graham and Kahan, Brennan and Kahan, Brennan C and Thomson, Ann and Rivett, Kate and Wells, Duncan and Wells, John and Richardson, Peter and Richardson, Gerry and Kerry, Sally and Bion, Julian and Pearse, Rupert M and Pearse, Rupert and Brett, Stephen and Ackland, Gareth and Grocott, Mike and Holt, Peter and Robert, Glenn and Ukoumunne, Obioha and Waring, Justin and Everingham, Kirsty and Phull, Mandeep and Cromwell, David and Evley, Rachel and Lilford, Richard and Kocman, David and Asaria, Miqdad and Tarrant, Carolyn and Yang, Fan and Abraham, Ajit and Bothma, Pieter and Conway, Daniel and Stapleton, Clare and Edwards, Jennifer and Edwards, Mark and Minto, Gary and Saunders, David and Owen, Tom and Waldmann, Carl and Hayden, Paul and Gillies, Michael and Tighe, Sean and Smith, Hannah and Smith, Neil and Mythen, Monty and Murray, Therese and Murray, Dave and Murray, Diane and Murray, David and Lobo, Dileep and Leuwer, Martin and Kirk-Bayley, Justin and Howell, Simon and Gordon, Anthony and Anderson, Iain and Lourtie, Jose and Walker, Simon and Drake, Sharon and Watson, Geoff and Watson, Nick and Watson, Nicholas and Watson, Mark and Szakmany, Tamas and Sutcliffe, Robert and Mahajan, Ravi and Girling, Alan and Forbes, Gordon and Faiz, Omar and Blunt, Mark and Singh, Jagdeep and Singh, Satish and Singh, Surjait and Steel, Alistair and Wong, Kate and Cabreros, Leilani and Chitre, Vivek and Obideyi, Ayodele and Ali, Dhiraj and Blenk, Karl and Broad, Dan and Brodbeck, Andreas and Dumpala, Rajesh and Engel, Arnth and Ganepola, Ranjit and Garg, Sudha and Gay, Mike and Karlikowsk, Michael and Lams, Edward and Millican, Dean and Misane, Inga and Mull, Ajaya and Naik, Veena and Pushpa, Nathan and Nutt, Chris and Sagadai, Saravanna and Stuart, Hazel and ... and Enhanced Peri-Operative Care for High-risk patients (EPOCH) trial group
The Lancet, ISSN 0140-6736, 06/2019, Volume 393, Issue 10187, pp. 2213 - 2221
Emergency abdominal surgery is associated with poor patient outcomes. We studied the effectiveness of a national quality improvement (QI) programme to... 
Intervention | Medical personnel | Abdominal surgery | Systemic diseases | Health | Decision making | Health services | Mortality | Health care policy | Critical care | Clinical trials | Emergency medical care | Survival | Patients | Clinical outcomes | Abdomen | Randomization | Hospitals | Motivation | Surgery | Quality control | Clusters | Emergency medical services | Quality of care
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PLoS Medicine, ISSN 1549-1277, 07/2018, Volume 15, Issue 7, p. e1002615
Background Neurodevelopmental disorders (NDDs) compromise the development and attainment of full social and economic potential at individual, family,... 
INCLEN DIAGNOSTIC-TOOL | VISUAL-ACUITY | MEDICINE, GENERAL & INTERNAL | AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDER | CHILDHOOD DISABILITY | PREVALENCE | EPILEPSY | CEREBRAL-PALSY | 10 QUESTIONS SCREEN | DEVELOPING-COUNTRIES | IMPAIRMENT | Neurodevelopmental Disorders - epidemiology | Age Distribution | Prevalence | Cross-Sectional Studies | Risk Assessment | Humans | Risk Factors | Child, Preschool | India - epidemiology | Male | Neurodevelopmental Disorders - physiopathology | Neurodevelopmental Disorders - psychology | Child Behavior | Health Surveys | Female | Child Development | Child | Neurodevelopmental Disorders - diagnosis | Nervous system diseases | Demographic aspects | Analysis | Models | Research | Public health | Risk factors | Autism | Medical research | Attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder | Affirmative action | Medicine, Experimental | Developing countries | Learning disabilities | Children | Neonates | Brain | Health sciences | Pediatrics | Delivery scheduling | Intellectual disabilities | Epilepsy | Disorders | Impairment | Population number | Population studies | Neurodevelopmental disorders | Developing countries--LDCs | Language | Paralysis | Supervision | Age | Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder | Religion | Asphyxia | Risk analysis | Estimates | Girls | Weight | Hearing loss | Children & youth | Medicine | Neurology | Hospitals | Surveillance | Speech | Birth weight | Developmental disabilities | Visualization | LDCs
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Journal of Aggression, Maltreatment and Trauma, ISSN 1092-6771, 01/2015, Volume 24, Issue 1, pp. 1 - 19
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Journal of Photochemistry and Photobiology. B, Biology, ISSN 1011-1344, 01/2017, Volume 166, p. 252
In this paper, we report an enzyme dependent, green one-pot deoxygenation cum decoration method to synthesize diastase-conjugated reduced graphene oxide (DRG)... 
Hazardous materials | Gold | Atomic force microscopy | Infrared spectroscopy | Fourier transforms | Toxicity | Electron diffraction | Cytotoxicity | Electron microscopy | Decoration | Nanoparticles | Toxic substances | Transmission electron microscopy | Diffraction | Synthesis | Graphene | Low cost | Cell lines | Deoxygenation | Image transmission | In vitro methods and tests
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Journal of Aggression, Maltreatment & Trauma, ISSN 1092-6771, 01/2015, Volume 24, Issue 1, pp. 1 - 19
This study compared a group of 90 high verbally abused and 90 low verbally abused children on tests of cognitive development. The Cognitive Assessment System... 
psychological maltreatment | child maltreatment | emotional abuse | neurodevelopment | verbal abuse | SEXUAL-ABUSE | PSYCHIATRY | BEHAVIOR | CRIMINOLOGY & PENOLOGY | DISORDERS | PSYCHOLOGY, CLINICAL | CHILDREN | STUDENTS | GENDER | FAMILY STUDIES | Child abuse & neglect | Neuropsychology | Cognition & reasoning | Child development | Emotional abuse
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Indian Journal of Dermatology, ISSN 0019-5154, 01/2012, Volume 57, Issue 1, pp. 26 - 29
Acne, the most common problem that presents to dermatologists, can persist beyond teen years. Although its physical and psychosocial impact is studied in teen... 
psychosocial impact | Acne | adults | Psychological aspects | Women | Care and treatment | Social psychology | Research | Social aspects | Health aspects | Studies | Society | Anxieties | Social interaction | Original
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